The region Languedoc Roussillon offers many beaches bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The best known seaside resorts are La Grande Motte, Cap d'Adge and Palavas les Flots.
The beaches of Hérault are more popular with a slight incline for swimming and the beaches of Languedoc Roussillon are very well adapted for families with young children.
The beaches of the Oriental Pyrenees and the Cote Vermeille offer different landscapes between little cliffs and vineyards.
If you choose a destination in the north east of Languedoc Roussillon, don't hesitate to go to the beaches of Provence and the French Riviera, notably the Blue Coast.
The seaside resort of Frontignan is located northeast of Sete in South of France, and offers a landscape between sea, ponds and scrubland. There are 7 km of beautiful sand and pebble beaches.More details
Ancient city specializing in anchovy fishing, Collioure is now an agreeable seaside destination in the Pyrenees Orientaless, near Spain on the Cote Vermeille.More details
Located in the department Gard, the seaside resort Grau du Roi is an old fishermen's village of Camargue. The beaches make up about seventeen kilometers of the coast of the department Hérault of Bouches du Rhone, to the south of La Grande-Motte of salty Camargue.More details
Cap d'Agde is one the most reputed seaside resorts of Hérault. The beaches here are accessible by pedestrian paths which make it more agreeable for families with children, as there are no roads nearby.More details
The resort of Leucate offers many sandy beaches (18 km) along the Mediterranean or on the banks of the lake of Leucate for those people who prefer swimming safelyMore details
With its specific architecture, La Grande Motte has taken the label Patrimoine (Heritage Site) of the 20th century. It offers seven kilometers of fine sand beach with several dune spaces and green area.More details
Between the sea, Etang de Thau and the Canal du Midi, the resort of Sète is located in the department of Herault.More details
Situated between the lakes of Gruissan, Grazel and the Mediterranean, the seaside resort of Gruissan is the most original resort in the Aude department.More details
Carnon-Plage is the closest seaside destination to Montpellier. It is therefore the destination the most appreciated by the people of Montpellier.More details
The seaside destination Palavas-les-Flots is the oldest on the coast near Montpellier. We find here a pretty fishing harbor and ancient picturesque neighborhoods.More details
Narbonne’s sea front is located 16 km from the historic city and is called Narbonne-Plage. There is a large sandy beach that stretches for over 4 km.More details
Marseillan-Plage is a small seaside resort in the Herault region between Sète and Cap d'Agde. It is very lively in summer with many tourist facilities.More details
Located west of the seaside resort of Cap d'Agde, Le Grau d'Agde is in contrast with its neighbour for its more typical character.More details
Located between Vias and Sérignan, the seaside resort of Portiragnes is one of the lesser known resorts in the Languedoc-Roussillon. It has retained a natural environment.More details
Sérignan-Plage is between Valras-Plage and Portiragnes. In this resort, there are very few shops (twenty) and no real town centre. The resort is only made up of campsites.More details
Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone is famous for its long wild beach by the ponds between Palavas-les-Flots in the east and Frontignan in the west. The beach stretches over 8 km with dunes.More details
Port Camarge is found to the south of the seaside resort Grau du Roi in France. This important harbor marks the beginning of the large Espiguette Beach that extends for about 18 kilometers in an environment of dunes and stretches of sand.More details
The small resort of Valras-Plage is one of the major tourist destinations of the Herault in France and where the highest dunes the French Mediterranean are found.More details
At just 10 kilometres from Béziers in the Hérault department, the small seaside resort of Vendres is known to be a typical and preserved Mediterranean village in a protected environment that captivates visitorsMore details
The small seaside destination of Torreilles is a little village with a beach, that has stayed wild, and attracts many visitors each year. Torreilles is one of our favorite destinations in Languedoc-Roussillon.More details
Situated in the Pyrénées-Orientales, the seaside resort of Cerbere has the particularity of being the southernmost of France.More details
Set in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon, on the « Côte Vermeille », the seaside resort of Banyuls-sur-Mer is a charming little area very close to the Spanish border.More details
The seaside destination of Canet-en-Roussillon, located in the department Pyrenees-Orientales in South of France, is a charming little village and a long fine sand beach.More details
In the heart of the region Languedoc-Roussillon, the seaside destination of Argelès-sur-Mer offers the last white beach before the creeks of Cote Vermeille.More details
the resort of Port-Vendres is famous for its beaches of the “Côte Vermeille” which attract many swimmers during the summer season. Less known than its neighbour, it offers an authentic Mediterranean atmosphere.More details
Port-Barcarès is a seaside destination in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, located at about 25 kilometers from Perpignan and near the beaches of the department Aude and those of Leucate.More details
Located on Catalan land, about a dozen kilometers from Perpignan, Elne is a rich seaside destination. The city is preserved and is located six kilometers from the sea.More details
Between Argelès-sur-Mer and Canet-en-Roussillon, the seaside destination of Saint-Cyprien offers an authentic village and a charming, beautiful beach of five kilometers.More details
The village of Fleury d'Aude is a typical Languedoc village, between Narbonne and Béziers. The 8 km stretch of sand from Saint-Pierre Beach to Cabanes de Fleury all to enjoyMore details